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Embroidery - Redwork/Patterns
These redwork embroidery patterns are fun and relaxing--a great stress reliever after a busy day.


Baskets Embroidery for Tea Towels
Cute baskets, straight out of the early part of the 20th Century are ready for you to embroider. Trace onto dishtowels and stitch to your heart's content. You can also use them for redwork quilt blocks. Each design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
 


Butterflies Embroidery for Tea Towels
These beautiful butterflies are ready for you to embroider. Taken from popular redwork designs of the late 1800s, you can trace and embroidery them onto dishtowels or quilt blocks. Each design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
 


Chickens in Redwork Tea Towels
Here's something to crow about! Hank the Rooster and Mama Hen and Chicks can be embroidered on matching towels for an adorable tea towel set. Designs are taken from popular redwork patterns of the 1890s. Each design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
 


Kate Greenaway's Children Quilt Blocks
Kate Greenaway, a popular illustrator in the late 1800s, brings you 12 delightful children to stitch onto 10" redwork embroidery blocks. Patterns date to the late 1800s and are perfect for constructing redwork quilts with the look and feel of that time period. There are 12 patterns in all. Trace onto cloth and stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $8.00    
 


Landmarks of Tillamook County
These beautiful drawings were done by Denise Clausen. They depict landmarks of Tillamook County, Oregon. There are 12 six inch redwork squares in all. Use them to make a quilt or as small projects to give as gifts.

Price: $12.00    
 


Lucky in Love
This sweet and interesting new redwork design is easy to stitch in simple outline embroidery. From FabShop Net's Quilt Red Program at Grandma's Attic, you can use it as a quilting motif in plain setting squares or create this entire quilt for a beautiful wall quilt. Finished size is 46-1/2" x 46-1/2".

Price: $9.00    
 


Molly and Mae Embroidery for Tea Towels
These adorable sunbonnet girls are Molly and Mae, Bertha Corbett designs from the early 1900s. Trace onto dishtowels and stitch to your heart's content. You can also use them for redwork quilt blocks. Each design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
 


Mother's Old Fashioned Flower Garden Quilt Blocks
Mother's Old Fashioned Flower Garden Quilt blocks feature beautiful flowers done in redwork embroidery reminiscent of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The quilt consists of 32 traditional redwork blocks. Transfer them using your favorite method and you're ready to stitch, stitch, stitch!

Price: $19.99    
 


Mrs. Jumbo Days of the Week Embroidery
Mrs. Jumbo earns the right to put her feet up in Sunday's embroidery block after spending a busy week cleaning, sewing and baking. This delightful redwork pattern from the 1930s is perfect for adorning Days of the Week tea towels or 10" quilt blocks. There are seven designs in all. Trace onto cloth, then stitch to your heart's content.

Price: $7.00    
 


Night and Noon Embroidery for Tea Towels
This little bird is taking care of her babies both at night and noon. Designs are taken from popular redwork patterns of the early 20th Century. Trace onto dishtowels and stitch to your heart's content. You can also use them for redwork quilt blocks. Eac design is approximately 6".

Price: $5.00    
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